European Gay Car Election 2011 has 61 competitors

The French organization Ledorga, which became known in Europe for making “gay parades automobile,” announced the 61 candidates for the 2011 European Gay Car, an award created in 2005.The election is for there to democratic, as it is done through the Web site Ledorga (www.ledorga.fr) and does not separate the templates by categories. All compete as equals, irrespective of price, body, engine and trim level.This year’s list includes, among others, Audi A1, Renault Megane CC, Cygnet Aston Martin, BMW X3, Mercedes-Benz AMG SLS, Kia Sportage, Nissan 370Z, Ferrari and Fiat Doblo Italia 458. The winner will be announced on January 15.

What will be the car chosen for 2011?

 

 

 

 

 

 

See the winners from previous years:

Fiat 500 C - Carro Gay Europeu 2010
Alfa Romeo MiTo - Carro Gay Europeu 2009
Fiat 500 - Carro Gay Europeu 2008
Alfa Romeo Spider - Carro Gay Europeu 2007
Aston Martin DB9 - Carro Gay do Europeu 2006
MINI Cooper Conversível - Carro Gay Europeu 2005

What will be the car chosen for 2011?

The French organization Ledorga, which became known in Europe for making “gay parades automobile,” announced the 61 candidates for the 2011 European Gay Car, an award created in 2005.

The election is for there to democratic, as it is done through the Web site Ledorga (www.ledorga.fr) and does not separate the templates by categories. All compete as equals, irrespective of price, body, engine and trim level.

This year’s list includes, among others, Audi A1, Renault Megane CC, Cygnet Aston Martin, BMW X3, Mercedes-Benz AMG SLS, Kia Sportage, Nissan 370Z, Ferrari and Fiat Doblo Italia 458. The winner will be announced on January 15.

See the winners from previous years:

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